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The Genus Utricularia: A Taxonomic Monograph
- P. Taylor
- 9 November 1989
A fine monograph on these intriguing aquatic carnivorous plants, illustrating each of the 214 species described with superb full-page line drawing.
Philcoxia: A new genus of Scrophulariaceae with three new species from Eastern Brazil
Possessing a determinate monotelic inflorescence, the genus appears to be one of the very few members of tribe Scrophulariae recorded for Brazil, and apparently restricted to areas of deep bare sand. Expand
The status of plague in Zimbabwe.
Antibodies to plague were demonstrated in the following rodent species: Aethomys chrysophitus, A. namaquensis, Tatera teucogasler and Pedetes capensis; the significance of the results is discussed in relation to the 1974–75 epidemic in Zimbabwe. Expand
THE GENUS ANAGALLIS IN TROPICAL AND SOUTH AFRICA.
- P. Taylor
Although a complete revision has been necessary, Knuth's monograph was not unhelpful in that it provided a basis from which to begin, and the following account deals with the genus as it occurs over the whole of tropical and south Africa. Expand
Susceptibility of members of the Mastomys natalensis species complex to experimental infection with Yersinia pestis.
The Genus Utricularia: A Taxonomic Monograph. Kew Bulletin Additional Series XIV
Boar hunting and brucellosis caused by Brucella suis.
- C. Franco-Paredes, D. Chastain, P. Taylor, Stephen K Stocking, Brenda Sellers
- Travel medicine and infectious disease
- 1 March 2017
The case of a 31-year male hunter who six weeks after a knife injury to his hand while field dressing a wild boar, developed a febrile illness associated with hematologic abnormalities and splenic abscesses caused by Brucella suis infection is presented. Expand
Evaluation of eradication strategies for ovine Johne's Disease.
Survival rates of Bulinus globosus during aestivation.
New taxa in Utricularia (Lentibulariaceae)
- P. Taylor
The system here proposed is based on a very extended study of more or less complete dried and liquid preserved material of the 213 species recognised, about half of which have also been studied in the field, and is based in part on the taxonomic significance of the pollen and extreme diversity of the seeds. Expand